Jo Ann Jenkins Net Worth, Know About Her Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Social Media Profile

Jo Ann Jenkins Net Worth, Know About Her Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Social Media Profile

Facts of Jo Ann Jenkins Net Worth, Know About Her Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Social Media Profile

Birth Nation: United States

Jo Ann Jenkins is the first permanent female chief executive in the organization’s history of the 37-million membership-based and interest group of Association of Retired Persons (AARP), is now the CEO in the organization. She is estimated to have a huge amount of net worth which is under review.

How Did Jo Ann Jenkins Collect Money In Her Life? Let's Know

Jo Ann Jenkins has been really impressive throughout her career in the organization. She says that she has never made any enemies of her as she does not know who is going to be her boss in the coming future.

Ann has grabbed all her net worth from her diligent works in the organization.

She has been the CEO of AARP since September 1, 2014. It is estimated that her salary from the organization is more than $100 thousand a month.

AARP is a United State based non-profit organization, founded in 1985 by Ethel Percy Andrus and Leonard Davis which focuses on the elderly, especially on how they can continue to live well after retirement. In 2016, it had a membership of over 37 million people.

Prior to this, she was Chief Operating Officer in the same organization, AARP. Her salary as a Chief Operating Officer in the organization also has contributed to the net worth she has now.

Besides this, she was also a senior adviser, chief of staff, and Chief Operating Officer of the Library of Congress, the research library that officially serves the United States Congress and is the de facto national library of the United States. Her earning from these works also increases her total net worth.

She also has written a book titled, “Disrupt Aging: A Bold New Path to Living Your Best Life at Every Age”.

No exact information regarding her property and house are yet disclosed, but it is for sure that the renowned CEO with her handsome salary has earned a quite a lot of property and is living a lavish lifestyle.

How Jo Ann Jenkins Became The CEO of AARP? Know About Ann's Early Life And Career

Jo Ann Jenkins was born on the beautiful island of Mon Louis Island, Alabama, the United States. She has completed her political degree from Spring Hill College. Similarly, she completed Stanford Executive Program at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.

In May 2014, Ann was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters by Washington College.

In 1980, she worked for or with every president. She also worked in Ronald Reagan campaign to help the outreach voter workers.

From 1981-1985, she served as the Executive assistant in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

In her career, she also has worked closely with Secretary of Transportation Elizabeth Dole to put women in leadership positions throughout the department.

She also has been the senior adviser, chief of staff, and Chief operating officer of  Library of Congress.

From March 1, 2013-September 1, 2014, she worked as Chief Operating Officer of AARP and later promoted as CEO in the organization.

Know About Jo Ann Jenkins's Personal Life And Relationship Status

Jo Ann Jenkins is of very secretive nature. No any information regarding her personal matters is known to the press.

She has kept her personal life and belongings away from the spotlight, even if she is single or taken. In order to know about her relationship status, we all should wait until she reveals it by herself.

Social Media Profile of Jo Ann Jenkins: 

Jo Ann Jenkins does not look fund of using the social media sites rather than the Twitter.

On her Twitter account, she has twitted for 2,322 times until today, which gives him a total of 9,070 followers.

She does not any verified account on Instagram and Facebook.


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